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Local high school students hope to learn a little while helping to protect nature in Delaware through an innovative Nature Conservancy internship program.
From a little over an acre to more than 30,000, the Delaware chapter has helped protect some of the state’s most precious natural resources.
You can still grab a spot for the 10th Annual Dogfish Dash and celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Conservancy's work in Delaware.
How much conservation can six high school students pack into a month-long internship located almost twelve hours from home? This slideshow gives a glimpse of what our Leaders in Environmental Action for the Future, LEAF, interns were up to during the summer of 2014.
See what we’re bringing back at our Pemberton Forest Nature Preserve’s Ponders Tract.
Watch a slideshow and see what volunteers witnessed at Big Stone Beach while measuring the abundance and health of horseshoe crabs, which have visited our shores since prehistoric times.
The 2013 Dogfish Dash raised $51,600 for The Nature Conservancy's work in Delaware.
Check out a video about the annual shorebird migration that occurs each May and June in conjunction with horseshoe crab spawning. It's a natural phenomenon that shouldn't be missed!
Volunteers count crabs during May and June every year.
- February 25, 2015
- The Nature Conservancy, Delaware Chapter, Welcomes New Trustees
- October 06, 2014
- National Park Service staff seeks public comment on the First State National Monument
- September 12, 2014
- Sea Level Rise Awareness Week Brings Attention to Coast Resiliency Efforts